At the Governor's Aerospace summit in Everett on Tuesday, Boeing senior vice president Tim Keating declared the jetmaker committed to Washington state. Keating, above, launched an attack on the company's engineering union. The remarks came the day after Boeing announced it will eliminate 2,000 defense-side engineering jobs in the Puget Sound region.
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